Former Seahawks CB Brandon Browner Sentenced to 8 Years in Prison

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Browner, a native of Sylmar in Southern California's San Fernando Valley, was arrested on drug charges in October and for allegedly making criminal threats in September.

Former Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner was sentenced to eight years in a state prison on Tuesday after pleading no contest to an attempted murder murder charge, TMZ Sports reports.

According to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, Browner was accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend's apartment before chasing and dragging her and then attempting to smother her in a carpet.

Eight years is significantly less than the initial life sentence that Browner was facing, as his no contest plea resulted in charges of robbery, burglary and false imprisonment being dropped.

Browner, who has been in custody since July, will receive credit for 300 days for good behavior thus far, per TMZ.

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Browner was charged in July for an incident that occurred in La Verne, Calif. Browner was previously arrested for domestic violence against the woman.

Brandon Browner is going away for a while. The former Super Bowl champion has also been arrested for child endangerment as well as possession of cocaine in the past two years.

The former National Football League quarterback was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison after pleading no contest in his attempted murder case, TMZ Sports reported.

Browner was an original member of the Seahawks' Legion of Boom secondary, spending three seasons with the Seahawks from 2011-13.

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